Accessible seating is available at all Texas Performing Arts venues. If you require wheelchair accessibility or have other special seating concerns, please notify the Ticket Office at the time of your ticket purchase.
The University requires all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to pay for parking on campus. Please be aware when you come to a performance that UT parking has changed and new signage has been posted in regards to the changes. All parking on campus—both ADA and non-ADA—requires a permit or payment of fees.
Accessible parking is available for drivers who have Department of Public Safety handicapped parking permits or plates. Accessible parking is first come, first served.
Please call Guest Services if you have any questions: 512.471.8207
Discounted parking can be purchased online at: utparking.clickandpark.com
Event Day Parking
Event Parking is also available for purchase in person on the day of your event at the entrances to the surrounding surface lots and garages. Cash Only
Sign Interpretation, Audio Description, and Assisted Listening Devices
Essential Series Performances
To request sign interpretation or audio description for a Texas Performing Arts event, please call our Ticket Office at 512.471.1444 no less than two weeks before the event date.
Services are not guaranteed for all events, but we will make every effort to accommodate each request.
Broadway in Austin
Sign interpreted performances are scheduled for the first Saturday matinee during the run of a Broadway show. Requests can be made by calling the Texas Performing Arts Box Office at 512.471.1444. Requests should be made least two weeks prior to a performance to make the proper arrangements. Services are not guaranteed for all events and are subject to the availability of an interpreter.
Audio descriptive services are available scheduled for the Thursday evening during the run of a Broadway show. Requests can be made by calling the Texas Performing Arts Box Office at 512.471.1444. Requests should be made least two weeks prior to a performance to make the proper arrangements. Services are not guaranteed for all events and are subject to the availability of an interpreter.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available at all Bass Concert Hall events. You may use the headphones provided or request a T-Coil Loop for direct connection to your hearing aids.
Your hearing aid must have the T-Coil function to properly operate with the T-Coil Loop. This service is free of charge but a driver’s license is required for loan of equipment.